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2023: Kwankwaso, Dalung, Galadima, Others, Form New Coalition

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Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, former Kano State Governor, ex-Minister of Sports Solomon Dalung, Alhaji Buba Galadima and other prominent Nigerians, have on Tuesday launched a political organization tagged ‘The National Movement’ ahead of the 2023 general elections.

Speaking at the launching, Kwankwaso said the new coalition would help mobilize Nigerians to shape a common front to save the country from collapse and seek solution to its current economic and political woes.

“For too long, Nigerians have been waiting for this day. For too long, friends of Nigerians abroad have been waiting for this day and the time is today and now”. He said.

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Kwankwaso said while some of them will want to contest, they collectively resolved that there must be a Nigeria first before politics, hence they must work together to rescue the country.

“We were, therefore, convinced that there must be Nigeria first before politics and democracy can be nurtured and there must be Nigerian people alive and living largely harmoniously with each other before elections can take place.

“The National Movement was born. As we can all see here today, The National Movement is made up of all Nigerians at home and in the diaspora.

He stated that the next step is to ensure the movement is fully registered as a political party by Independent Electoral Commission INEC ahead of the 2023 elections.

‘’It must first apply to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, for registration as a political party, ahead of the 2023 general elections.” He stated.

Other eminent Nigerians at the event included Tanko Yakasai, Air Vice Marshall Ifeanaju, Senator Suleiman Hunkuyi, Senator Grace Bent, Senator Umale Shittu, Ibrahim Ringim, Ali Gwaska, among many statesmen and Nigerian politicians.

The Movement comes just three days after Kwankwaso was reported to have blasted the two dominant political parties, All Progressives Congress, APC and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, which seem to be part of political wrestle ahead of 2023 elections coming up barely a year.



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